Senior Fellow, U.S.-China Relations
The Center for the National Interest seeks to hire a Senior Fellow to lead projects on U.S.-China relations and U.S. policy toward China. The successful candidate will be a competent and accomplished self-starter with expertise on one or more key areas including: U.S.-China political and security relations, U.S.-China economic relations, U.S. policy toward China, Chinese foreign policy, China’s economy, and Chinese domestic politics.
Key responsibilities will include:
A graduate degree in a related discipline or equivalent professional experience is required; Chinese (Mandarin) language proficiency is highly desirable. Salary and benefits are competitive and based on experience and salary history.
To apply, please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, professional biography, references, and one or two policy-oriented writing samples to Paul Saunders, Executive Director, Center for the National Interest at email@example.com.
Program Assistant/Receptionist: Center for the National Interest-Washington DC
The Center for the National Interest seeks a program assistant/receptionist to support programs focused on the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific, as well supporting the Center’s Chairman. The program assistant/receptionist will report to two of the Center's senior staff and be available to the management for other assignments as needed.
Answering telephones and greeting visitors;
General administrative support, such as keeping schedules, making travel arrangements, filing, submitting expense reports, placing telephone calls, and typing and editing correspondence;
Organizing seminars and other events, note taking, and writing summaries of meetings and events;
Updating and editing the website;
Typing and editing articles, reports, books, and other published products;
Coordinating the activities of program interns;
Providing research support; and
Completing other tasks as necessary.
B.A or B.S. is required. M.A. or M.S. is desirable. Office experience preferred. Experience in a policy institute or similar environment and demonstrated interest in international affairs are strongly preferred. Salary is competitive.
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and one or two writing samples to Robert Cantelmo, Assistant Director, Center for the National Interest at firstname.lastname@example.org.